Srinagar, May 25
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh categorically said today that the issue of autonomy and self-rule will be discussed by one of the five groups to be constituted to deal with various aspects of the problems of Jammu and Kashmir.
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5 groups to go into J&K ills
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh addresses a Press conference in Srinagar on Thursday.
ó Tribune photo by Amin War
hopeful of positive outcome. (28k,
PM's Kashmir conclave a nightmare for tourists. (28k,
Approve N-deal, IAEA chief appeals to
US Congress MOHAMMED
ElBaradei, director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, on Wednesday urged members of the U.S. Congress to approve a deal that would let the U.S. share civilian nuclear
technology with India.
all NRI marriages be
registered with the
Medicos turn down Kalamís appeal New Delhi, May 25
The Presidentís appeal to medicos to call off their fast, like the Prime Ministerís before him, has met the same response. Agitating students are unyielding.
Srinagar, May 25
Four tourists, including a woman and a child, were killed and seven injured, two of them seriously, when the bus in which they were travelling was rocked by an explosion near Hazratbal on the outskirts of Srinagar this
A tourist couple cry inside a hospital after their son was killed in a explosion in Srinagar on Thursday. ó Reuters
provides our readers with an opportunity
to express their views on some of the
vital issues facing the country. The new
question being posed is:
Should admissions to specialised courses be on the basis of caste or merit?
Readers are invited to mail their letters
ó H.K. Dua
New Delhi, May 25
Surveyors-General of India and Pakistan today held result-oriented and purposeful talks on Sir Creek, the 96-km-long estuary in the marshes of the Rann of
Kutch, separating Gujarat (India) from Sind (Pakistan), which has been the bone of contention between the two countries.
The Surveyor-General of India, Maj-Gen M Gopal Rao (right), with Additional Secretary in Pakistan's Defence Ministry Admiral
Ahsan-ul-Haq Chaudhri prior to a meeting in New Delhi on Thursday.
ó Tribune photo by Mukesh Aggarwal
Chhat Bir (Patiala), May 25
The big cats at Chhat Bir Zoo are in bad shape. Yes, their regular meat supply has been cut by almost 60 per cent for the past three days.
A pair of famished lions wait for their restricted meal.
ó A Tribune photograph
Taking a serious view of the suspended meat supply to the Chhat Bir Zoo inmates, Mr Hansraj Joshan, Punjab Forest Minister, visited the zoo. Talking to The Tribune, the minister said the security deposit of the contractor would be forfeited and fresh tenders would be floated for buffalo meat contracts.
He also added that directions have been given to the zoo management to provide meat regularly to the big cats till a permanent solution of the problem is found.
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